An Evening With The Finch's (Page Three)
"It's OK to go back six times! It is YOUR birthday afterall!"
The girls sit out under the stars
Irene demonstrates how to pole dance
Our blond Pole Dancer
Herbie is still 'splainin
Del has a beer
The wine is flowing
Remember: What is the definition of a good wine? It should start and end with a smile. - William Sokolin
Look like it's time for a refill
Remember: A hangover is the wrath of grapes. ~Author Unknown
Time For Photo Ops
Leon and Vance are not too sure about this
We is now all here
Not to be out done
Back To Visiting...
Did you know? - An airborne early warning and control (AEW&C) system is an airborne radar system designed to detect aircraft. Used at a high altitude, the radars allow the operators to distinguish between friendly and hostile aircraft hundreds of miles away. AEW&C aircraft are used for defensive and offensive air operations. The system is used offensively to direct fighters to their target locations, and defensively to counter attacks. It can also be used to carry out surveillance, and C2BM (command and control, battle management) functions. AEW&C is also known by the older terms "airborne early warning" (AEW) and "airborne warning and control system" (AWACS, pronounced /ˈeɪwæks/ AY-waks).
Bob look awfully extinguished this evening
Remember: You've got the brain of a four-year-old boy, and I bet he was glad to get rid of it. Groucho Marx
Watch that first step
Did you know? - Plum puddings are a very rich, dark pudding made with all sorts of dried fruits, nuts, spices, black treacle and lots sherry or brandy. They are made well before Christmas as it takes time for the alcohol to soak into the dried fruit, however nowadays most people buy them from a supermarket. They are steamed when first made, and re-steamed on Christmas Day before being served with a sweet white sauce or brandy butter. If the pudding is made at home, everyone in the household must take it in turns to stir the pudding and make a wish, the mixture should be stirred from east to west, in honour of the three wise men.
High level conversations with low level people
Remember: “A single conversation across the table with a wise person is worth a month's study of books” - Chinese Proverb
Now this is a sketch pad
Remember: Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep. ~Scott Adams
DO NOT, I repeat DO NOT spill that drink!
Dessert Is Served
Did you know? - An individual raspberry weighs about 4 g, on average and is made up of around 100 drupelets, each of which consists of a juicy pulp and a single central seed. Raspberry bushes can yield several hundred berries a year. Unlike blackberries and dewberries, a raspberry has a hollow core once it is removed from the receptacle
Everybody is relaxed
Having one of each hey Robert!
Not a single calorie...
Did you know? - The small calorie or gram calorie (symbol: cal) approximates the energy needed to increase the temperature of 1 gram of water by 1 °C. This is about 4.2 joules
:Look! It's disappearing as we watch!"
"Sixty in England is the same as 40 in the US... Didn't you know that??"
Jan and Sue
No Jan... Don't blow the frosting off the cake
Did you know? - Pantomime or "panto" is traditionally performed at Christmas, with family audiences consisting mainly of children and parents. British pantomime is now a popular form of theatre, incorporating song, dance, buffoonery, slapstick, in-jokes, audience participation, and mild sexual innuendo. There are a number of traditional story-lines, and there is also a fairly well-defined set of performance conventions. Many theatres in cities and provincial towns throughout the United Kingdom continue to have an annual pantomime and it is very popular with Amateur Dramatics societies. The Pantomime season lasts from around December to February. You should be able to see pantomime productions in many village halls and similar venues across the country.
"What are you all looking at?"
"I propose a toast! How about rye or sourdough?"
Did you know? - One Christmas ritual not drawn from an ancient tradition is the British monarch's broadcast on Christmas day. The tradition began in 1932 when King George V read a special speech written by Rudyard Kipling. The broadcast was an enormous success . It began, "I speak now from my home and from my heart, to you all...".